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Shows featuring Casey Camp Horinek

  • Thousands of Delegates Tackle Climate Change Issues at UN Forum on Indigenous Issues Camp-horinek2web
    Representatives of the world’s 370 million indigenous people are gathered at the United Nations this week to demand that their voices be included in future talks on climate change. Over 3,000 delegates are attending the seventh session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. We speak with Casey Camp-Horinek, a member of the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma. [includes rush transcript]
    April 24, 2008 | Story